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Grant Community Garden

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Size in acres

0.15

Year acquired

2011

History

The Environmental Club at Grant High School took the initiative to build a community garden on the school's property. Their inspiration for the garden came from a desire to give back to the local community, provide fresh produce from the garden to be served in the school cafeteria, and learn about sustainable agriculture. The students received a grant from State Farm and partnered with PP&R to make the garden a reality. They enlisted the help of GreenWorks to create a design for the garden that was aesthetically pleasing, included two ADA accessible plots, and maximized available garden space.

Park Location or Entrance

2245 NE 36th Avenue
Portland, OR 97212

City section

NE